There are actually 2 under the cake keeper. One is a lemon loaf from The French Culinary Institute’s Fundamental Techniques of Classic Pastry Arts and I brushed Rose’s simple syrup all over it. The other one is Flo Braker’s eggnog cake with rum glaze.
Both sound delicious, especially the eggnog/rum cake. I’ve heard a lot of good things about Flo Braker’s books….I’ll have to take a look at them.
Sophia, do you usually make him dog treats? I have never made treats for my dogs before. Now that I see how much they love it, I will bake them on a regular basis.
I buy most of his treats and bake for him only on special occasions. I use a recipe from Better Homes and Gardens that has ground peanuts, sugar and butter and is decorated with a white chocolate drizzle - definitely not an everyday treat! Joanne Chang’s recipe is savoury (so is Rose’s….I found it online) and looks a lot healthier!
Sophia, Flo’s recipes are great. I would say they are right up there with Roses ( or at least a close second). Flo’s, like Rose’s, are delicious and very reliable. We went to a Christmas party last weekend. I baked Rose’s Golden Lemon Almond cake and Flo’s Eggnog Cake with Rum Glaze. Both were hits. My brother in law (who traveled 8 hours to attend the party) asked if he could take some of the eggnog cake with him. My husband started to protest and I told my husband I would bake him another one the next day. That is why I have an Eggnog cake in my cake keeper. My step-daughter asked if she can have a piece of Rose’s Lemon-almond cake to take home with her. The other cakes that were brought by other guests were unfinished. I took home 2 empty cake keepers.
Your dog bones sound really good.
Which book has Rose’s recipe?
Bo’s ingredients are whole wheat flour, wheat germ, powdered milk, eggs, brown sugar and salt.